The minimal necessary math to describe the potential path of an electron expands over time. Second by second, the space necessary to describe the possible positions of the electron expands.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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Does that imply expansion of physical space? And does that shift the explanation of the expansion of space from the General Relativists assumption of "initial conditions" to a quantum explanation.

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Please. i'm only lawyer with a smattering of math courses. Have mercy GR guys. For once. Just have mercy on me this time.

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# I Expanding math space implies expanding space?

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